Brighter Later

26 July 2013 // Photography

12. Sussex Brighter Later is a journey around Britain looking out to sea from each coastal county. Today’s Brighter Later comes from Seaford in East Sussex. Seaford did not have the best of starts in life, it was constantly invaded by dastardly French pirates, after a while the French bored of piracy but returned several […]

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On The Marshes

25 July 2013 // Books

Words and pictures by Josh Lustig. The Hackney, Walthamstow and Leyton marshes are one of those special parts of London. A place where nature and the city knock heads, forming a vital and well-used open space in what is a densely populated part of the city. Horses and grey herons cross paths with tatty pigeons […]

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Caught by the River Lea – Running Order

24 July 2013 // Events

Saturday 27th July 8.30 – Stealing Sheep 7.30 – Charlie Boyer and the Voyeurs 6.30 – Rhys Webb (DJ) 5.30 – The Rockingbirds 4.30 – Jeb Loy Nichols 3.45 – Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou 3.15 – Bob Stanley & Pete Paphides 2.45 – Michael Smith 2.15 – Travis Elborough 1.30 – Heavenly Jukebox DJs Sunday […]

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70 x 70 – An Autobiographical Journey in Film

24 July 2013 // Books //Film/TV //Miscellany

To celebrate Iain Sinclair’s 70th birthday, the author is curating a year long film festival in East London featuring 70 handpicked films – “one for each year survived”. The author describes the exercise as “a fabulously extended Desert Island Discs”. Sounds good to us. Click here to read Iain Sinclair talking about the project in […]

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ffestival unnos This Weekend

23 July 2013 // Events //Miscellany //Music

This Saturday July 28th friends of the river Richard King and fforest are hosting ffestival Unnos – an evening of Welsh Music and ale on the banks of the River Teifi in Cardigan, one of the most westerly towns in the British Isles on the glorious west Wales coast.

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